Research Team

Current Members

External Collaborators

Professor John Gleeson

Australian Catholic University Melbourne, Australia

John Gleeson is Professor and Head of the School of Psychology at the Australian Catholic University. John is a clinical psychologist with 20 years experience in severe mental health problems. His research interests include psychological treatments in youth with psychosis, the use of moderated on-line social interventions for youth with mental health problems, and experience sampling methods in the understanding of anxiety and mood problems.

Professor Peter Kuppens

KU Leuven - University of Leuven, Belgium

Peter Kuppens is Professor in the Research Group of Quantitative Psychology and Individual Differences at KU Leuven, Belgium. Peter's research focuses on componential (e.g., appraisal) theories of emotions, individual differences in emotional appraisal, experience, and dynamics and their relationships with personality and well-being, and formal models for contextualised personality and emotion research.

Associate Professor Tom Hollenstein

Queen's University, Canada

Tom Hollenstein is Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, Queen's University, Canada. Tom's research examines socioemotional development, particularly in adolescence. Specifically, Tom's research focuses on the regulation of emotion as evidenced by changes in self-reported feelings, autonomic psychophysiology, and behavioural expressions. Tom is also active in developing and applying methods for the analysis of change, including state space grids (www.statespacegrids.org).

Past Members

Keana Loschiavo (Honours Student, 2016)

Freya Hanly (Honours Student, 2016)

Hon Chung (Tommy) Choi (Honours Student, 2017)

Tim Reynolds (Honours Student, 2017)